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SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION MSc PROGRAMMEFirst YearI. SemesterCodeCourse TitleECTST+PCreditC/ELanguage501001101THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS AND ITS ETHICS7.53+0+03CTurkish506802501PREPARATION OF FERTILIZATION PROGRAMS DEPENDING ON SOIL AND PLANT ANALYSIS7.53+0+03CTurkishElective Course-17.53+0+03ETurkishElective Course-27.53+0+03ETurkishTotal of I. Semester 3012II. SemesterCodeCourse TitleECTST+PC/ELanguage506802503FERTILITY ANALYSES OF SOIL7.53+0+03CTurkishElective Course-37.53+0+03ETurkishElective Course-47.53+0+03ETurkish506802001Seminar7.50+1+0-CTurkishTotal of II. Semester 3012TOTAL OF FIRST YEAR6021Second YearIII. SemesterCodeCourse TitleECTST+PCreditC/ELanguage506801702MSc THESIS STUDY250+1+0-CTurkish506801703SPECIALIZATION FIELD COURSE53+0+0-CTurkishTotal of III. Semester 30IV. SemesterCodeCourse TitleECTST+PCreditC/ELanguage506801702MSc THESIS STUDY250+1+0-CTurkish506801703SPECIALIZATION FIELD COURSE53+0+0-CTurkishTotal of IV. Semester 30TOTAL OF SECOND YEAR60Elective CoursesCodeCourse TitleECTST+PC/ELanguageEFFECT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION 7.53+0+03ETurkish506802505FERTIGATION TECHNIQUES7.53+0+03ETurkish506802502FERTILIZER IN ORGANIC AGRICULTURE7.53+0+03ETurkish506801502MINERAL NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS OF PLANTS7.53+0+03ETurkish506801503PHYTOREMEDIATION7.53+0+03ETurkish506802504PLANT GROWTH TECHNIQUES IN SOILLES MEDIA 7.53+0+03ETurkish506801504SOIL PROPERTIES AFFECTING YIELD7.53+0+03ETurkish506802506SOIL, PLANT, WATER RELATIONS7.53+0+03ETurkish506801505WATER HARVESTING TECHNIQUES7.53+0+03ETurkish506801501WATERSHED MANAGEMENT7.53+0+03ETurkish (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE FERTILITY ANALYSES OF SOILLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 0 0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT The affecting factors of soil fertility, physical, chemical soil analysis, interpretation of soil analysis results and evaluation of the soil fertility. COURSE OBJECTIVES Learning the basic principles and concepts of fertility analysis of soil.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about soil analysis and soil fertility.LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) learn basic theoretical knowledge about soil analysis, 2) analyze soil physical properties 3) analyze soil chemical properties 4) interpret the soil analysis results used in determining fertility of soil.TEXTBOOK 1) Mftolu N. M., Trkmen C ve kl Y., (2012).Toprak ve Bitkide Verimlilik Analizleri, Kriter Yaynevi. 2)Karaal, .2008. Toprak Verimlilii. Nobel Yaynlar, Ankara. OTHER REFERENCES 1) J.R.Brown, (1987). Soil Testing: Sampling, Correlation, Calibration, and Interpretation. 2)Toprak analizleri (2012). Prof.Dr. Burhan Kacar. Nobel Yaynlar.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Basic principles of soil analysis2 The affecting factors of soil fertility 3 Determination of soil fertility with soil analyses4 Sampling and preparation of soil, Soil texture analysis5 pH and salt analysis in soil 6Midterm Examination 17 Determination of CaCO3 in soil8 Determination organic matter in soil9 Determination of total N in soil10 Determination of available P in soil11Midterm Examination 212 Determination of available K in soil13 Determination of available Fe, Zn, Mn, Cu concentration in soil 14 Interpretation of results of soil analysis and evaluation of the soil fertility 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Hatice DAHAN Date: 10/04/2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Preparation of Fertilization Programs Depending on Soil and Plant AnalysisLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TRCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT To assessment of the data of soil and plant analysis results and prepare of fertilizer programs. COURSE OBJECTIVES To teach students data mining evaluation and establishing convenient fertilization programs.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To know the basic principals of fertilizationLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE 1. To evaluate of soil analysis data2. To become able to establish fertilization program.3. To chose of suitable fertilizer4. To categorize of fertilizer specialityTEXTBOOK Gdemir .H. (2006). Trkiye Gbre ve Gbreleme Rehberi. Tarm ve Ky leri Bakanl Yaynlar, No 231.OTHER REFERENCES -Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Academic Press. - Kacar B. ve Katkat V. (1999). Gbreler ve Gbreleme Teknii.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Fertilization and its importance 2 Basic information on establishing fertilization program 3 The contents and properties of fertilizers4 The contents and properties of fertilizers5 Assessment of soil analysis data6Midterm Examination 17 Assessment of plant analysis data8 Correlative assessment of data in analysis results9 Points to consider in establishing fertilization programmes 10 Points to consider in establishing fertilization programmes11Midterm Examination 212 The determination of required plant nutrients regarding to analysis data13 A case study for determination of analysis data14 A case study for establishing fertilization program15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdilek GLMEZOLU Date: Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Fertigation TechniquesLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm25QuizHomework25ProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination50PREREQUISITE(S) noneSHORT COURSE CONTENT To gain knowledge of fertigation techniquesCOURSE OBJECTIVES Learning the basic principles and concepts of fertigation techniques COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about fertigation techniquesLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) Learning the definition and coverage of fertigation techniques 2) Learning injection methos in fertigation. 3. Learning the nutrients and fertilizers used in fertigation 4. Realize the fertigation applicationsTEXTBOOK 1)Bitki Besleme ve Gbreleme (2007): Aydn GNE, Mehmet ALPASLAN, Ali NAL. Ankara niversitesi, Ziraat Fakltesi,Yayn No:15512)Sulama Sistemlerinin Tasarm (2013): Prof.Dr. Osman Yldrm, A.. Ziraat Fakltesi, Yayn No: 1594OTHER REFERENCES 1) Fertigation: Fundamentals and Applications (1982) Editor: P. C. Bandyopadhyay 2) Water and Fertigation Management in Micro Irrigation (2013) Megh R. Goyal (Editor) 3) Crop Water Requirements (1977), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 24, Rome, Doorenbos, J. And Pruitt W.O. 4) Yield Response to Water (1979), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 33, Rome, Doorenbos, J. And Kassam, A.H.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition of fertigation, advantages and disadvantages2 Irrigation methods and requirement of irrigation water 3 Irrigation scheduling4 Nutrient requirements of the plants5 Nutrients and fertilizers used in fertigation6Midterm Examination 17 Antagonistic and synergistic effects of fertilizers8 Calculation of chemicals used in fertigation9 Injection methods used in fertigation10 Problems and solutions existing in fertigation 11Midterm Examination 212 Water quality and salinity management in fertigation13 Fertigation applications for greenhouse, field and horticultural crops14 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Yrd. Do. Dr. Erturul KARA Date: 14.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE EFFECT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION LEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TURKISHCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NoneSHORT COURSE CONTENT The recognition of soil as a source of plant nutrition , Uptake of plant nutrition, Functions of mineral nutrients.COURSE OBJECTIVES Understand the principles of mineral nutrition of cultivated plants. The defined benefit and how the need for additional fertilizer nutrient consumption led to disclosure.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Added to the mineral elements in the soil to ensure that the beneficial effects of plant growth to understandLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE 1. To assessment of effect of applied plant nutrients on plant yield2. To compare of relationship between soil properties and plant nutrition3. To determine of efficient fertilizer4. To identify of sources in soil of plant nutritionsTEXTBOOK Kacar B. ve Katkat V. (1999). Gbreler ve Gbreleme TekniiOTHER REFERENCES -Gzel, N., Glt, K.Y., Byk, G. 2008. Toprak Verimlilii ve Gbreler. .. Ziraat Fak. Yay.no: 246, Ders Kitaplar no: A-80. -Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Academic PressCOURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Soil as a plant nutrient2 Moving of plant nutrient to root medium3 Plant nutrition uptake of plants4 Functions of mineral nutrients5 Nitrogen sources of plants6Midterm Examination 17 Phosphorus sources of plants8 Potassium sources of plants9 Calcium sources of plants10 Magnesium sources of plants11Midterm Examination 212 Sulfur sources of plants13 Iron and zinc sources of plants14 Boron and Manganese sources of plants15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdilek GLMEZOLU Date: 10.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Watershed ManagementLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm25QuizHomework25ProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination50PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT To gain knowledge of watershed managementCOURSE OBJECTIVES Learning the basic principles and concepts of watershed scale planning COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about watershed managementLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1)Learning the definition and coverage of watershed management 2)Analysing rainfall distribution in the watersheds. 3.Learning soil erosion and sedimentation. 4.The imporatence in natural resources management of the principles of watershed planningTEXTBOOK 1) zhan, S., 2004, Havza Amenajman Kitab. 2) Ward, R., 1999, Principles of Hydrology. 3) Chow, Wen, Applied Hydrology.4) Akalan, . 1974. Toprak ve Su Muhafaza. Ankara niversitesi, Ziraat Fakltesi Ders Kitab Yayn No.177OTHER REFERENCES 1) Brouth ,E. , Peterson, A., Kline-Robach, R., Smith, K, Wolfson , L., 2000. Developing a Watershed Management Plan for Water Quality, An Introductory Guide. 2) Editor: Diana Hoffer, 2002. Watershed Analysis and Management Guide for States and CommunitiesCOURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition of watershed management, Natural resources and actual environmental problems 2 Watershed characteristics3 Watershed processes, Hydrologic cycle4 Measurement of Precipitation, mean areal precipitation computation methods5 Evaporation, interception, transpiration, evapotranspirasyon and water budget6Midterm Examination 17 nfiltration, soil water storage8 Soil water9 Surface runoff, Subsurface runoff, base flow10 Hydrograph, Unit hydrograph11Midterm Examination 212 Measuring stream flows, hydrological observations at streams and rivers13 Soil erosion and sedimentation14 Planning in watershed management, 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Yrd.Do.Dr. Erturul KARA Date: 14.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE MINERAL NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS OF PLANTSLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT To gain definition and classification of mineral plant nutrients, function of macro and micro plant nutrients, uptake of plant nutrition, deficiency and toxicity symptoms of mineral elements knowledgeCOURSE OBJECTIVES The aim of this course is to learn basic knowledge about identification of mineral nutrition disorders (deficiency and toxicity) symptoms and solving nutritional disorders. COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about mineral nutrition disorders of plantsLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) learn basic theoretical knowledge about mineral plant nutrients, 2) identify deficiency symptoms of mineral plant nutrients 3) identify toxicity symptoms of mineral plant nutrients 4) explain the relationships between nutrient disorders and plant growth 5) offer solution methods to scope with nutritional disorder in plantTEXTBOOK 1) Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Crops. Academic Press, London. 2) Kacar, B. ve Katkat, V. 2009. Bitki Besleme. Nobel Yayn 3) Gne, A., Alpaslan, M. ve nal, A. 2004. Bitki Besleme ve Gbreleme. A.. Ziraat Fakltesi yayn No: 1539, Ders Kitab: 492OTHER REFERENCES 1) Mengel, K., Kirkby, A.E., 2001. Principles of Plant Nutrition.5th Ed.Kluwer Academic Pub. Dordrecht. 2) Bergmann, W., 1998. Nutritional Disorders of Plants.Gustav Fischer Verlag Jena.StuttgartCOURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition and classification of mineral nutrients2 The form and transport mechanism of mineral nutrients in soil3 Uptake and transport mechanism of mineral nutrients by plants4 Function of nitrogen in plants 5 Function of phosphorus and potassium in plants 6Midterm Examination 17 Function of calcium, magnesium and sulfur in plants 8 Function of zinc and iron in plants9 Function of copper, manganese and boron in plants10 Function of other micro nutrients in plants11Midterm Examination 212 Diagnosis of deficiency and toxicity of mineral nutrients13 Diagnosis of deficiency and toxicity of mineral nutrients with plant analysis14 Diagnosis of deficiency and toxicity of mineral nutrients with soil analysis15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Hatice DAHAN Date: 10/04/2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Fertilizer in Organic AgricultureLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 0 0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TRCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT To recognise of the use of organic fertilizers and organic residues and the assessment according to organic agriculture principles.COURSE OBJECTIVES To know the use of organic fertilizers and organic residues in organic agriculture.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To know the sustainability of soil fertility in organic agricultureLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE 1. To know the basic principles of plant nutrition on organic agriculture 2. To know organic agriculture 3. The soil fertility applications in organic agriculture 4. To apprehend fertilization in organic agricultureTEXTBOOK -Kacar B. (2014). Temel Gbreleme Bilgisi. Nobel Yaynlar.OTHER REFERENCES -Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Academic Press.- Kacar B. ve Katkat V. (1999). Gbreler ve Gbreleme Teknii.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Short history of soil fertility, factors of affecting of soil fertility 2 The importance of plant nutriton in organic agriculture.3 Basic principals of plant nutrition4 Primary plant nutrients5 Secondary plant nutrients. 6Midterm Examination 17 Soil Fertility 8 Soil Fertility in Organic Agriculture 9 Farmyard manure 10 Poultry manure 11Midterm Examination 212 Green manuring 13 Compost 14 Other organic residues 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdilek GLMEZOLU Date: 10.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE PHYTOREMEDIATIONLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 0 0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT Definition of soilless agriculture, classification, basic knowledge to constitute a general point of view in the subjects of the methods used in the soilless agriculture and running principles of those methods.COURSE OBJECTIVES The aim of this course is using plants to remediate environment contaminated with organic, inorganic and gaseous pollutants. COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about phytoremediationLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to;1) learn definition of environment and environmental pollution, 2) known factors of environmental pollution and remediation methods of environment 3) learn definition and content of phytoremediation 4) classify phytoremediation techniques 5) explain the properties of plants suitable for phytoremediation methods 6) offer solutions the possible problems to be met in phytoremediationTEXTBOOK 1) Terry, N. And Banuelos, G., (2000). Phytoremediation of contaminated soil and water. CRC Press LLC. ISBN-10: 1566704502. 2) Phytoremediation of Toxic Metals: Using Plants to Clean Up the Environment.Ilya Raskin (Editor), Burt D. Ensley (Editor).Publisher: Wiley-Interscience (November 24, 1999) ISBN-10: 0471192546 . OTHER REFERENCES Prasad MNV, Sajwan K.S. and Ravi Naidu (eds) (2006) Trace elements in the environment:Biogeochemistry, Biotechnology and Bioremediation. CRC Press. Boca Raton. Taylor and Francis Group. 726 pp. COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition of environment and environmental pollution, sources of Pollution and reclamation methods 2 Definition and content of Phytoremediotion 3 Advantages and disadvantages of Phytoremediotion4 Limitation factors of Phytoremediotion technology5 Classification of phytoremediation 6Midterm Examination 17 Ideal plant for Phytoremediotion and their properties, Hyperaccumulate plants 8 The importance of plant biotechnology for Phytoremediotion technology 9 Phytoextraction, Phytostablization, Rhizofiltration10 Phytovolatilization, Phytodegradation11Midterm Examination 212 Phytoremediotion market 13 Environmental application of Phytoremediation14 General evaluation 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Hatice DAHAN Date: 10/04/2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE PLANT GROWTH TECHNIQUES IN SOILLES MEDIALEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 0 0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NONESHORT COURSE CONTENT Definition of soilless agriculture, classification, basic knowledge to constitute a general point of view in the subjects of the methods used in the soilless agriculture and running principles of those methods.COURSE OBJECTIVES The aim of this course is to give knowledge to students about the current situation of soilless agriculture in Turkey and the World, methods used in the soilless agriculture, basic knowledge in the issues of running principles of those methods with subsequent constitution of general point of view.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about soilless culture and environment. LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) learn soilless culture techniques of environmental problems, 2) Knowing application areas of soilless agriculture 3) identify and apply growth mediums to be used in the soilless medium 4) offer solutions the possible problems to be met in soilless culture.TEXTBOOK J. Benton and Jones Jr., (2005). Hydroponics: A practical Guide fort the Soilless Grower. 2nd Edition, CRC Presss, New York Washington, D.C.OTHER REFERENCES 1) Prof. Dr.Ayten Sevgican.rt alt Sebzecilii (Topraksz Tarm) E..Zir.Fak.Bah.Bit.Bl. 2) Topraksz Tarm ppt sunu. Hazrlayan Tar-Get (Tarm Teknolojileri Aratrma-Gelitirme ve Uygulama Hizmetleri) 3) Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Crops. Academic Press, LondonCOURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition of fertilization and historical progress 2 Advantages and disadvantages of soilless agriculture3 Classification of soilless agriculture techniques4 Cultures between the agriculture with and without soil (Hay culture, Ring Culture)5 Solid Cultures (Bag-packeg and pot cultures, rock wool culture)medias (Solid, inorganics and organics medias) and sterilization of these medias 6Midterm Examination 17 Hydroponic Cultures (Standing Aerated hdroponic culture, Ebb-and-Flow hdroponic culture, Drip irrigation system, Aeroponics, Nutrient Film Technique (NFT))8 Plants nutrition requirements (Macro an micro nutrients), Nutrient disorders, diseases and insect control9 Main principles for preparing nutrient solutions (Required nutrient solution properties, chemical matters ans water properties) 10 Cultural applications in the plants grown by the technique of soilless agriculture 11Midterm Examination 212 The present situation of soilless agriculture in the world and Turkey, problems and suggestions for the solution13 Hydroponics effect on economic and social conditions 14 General assessment of soilless agriculture applications 15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Hatice DAHAN Date: 10/04/2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Water Harvesting TechniquesLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm25QuizHomework50ProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination25PREREQUISITE(S) noneSHORT COURSE CONTENT To gain knowledge of water harvesting techniquesCOURSE OBJECTIVES Learning the basic principles and concepts of water harvesting techniques planning COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about water harvesting techniquesLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) Learning the definition and coverage of water harvesting techniques 2) Learning macro, micro, rooftop and courtyard water harvesting techniques, 3.Learning the storing and conservation of the water 4.Understand the planning principles of water harvestingTEXTBOOK 1) FAO 32 Water Harvesting Techniques, FAO-Rome 2) Water Harvesting, ICARDA Theib OWES and Ahmed Hachum, 2006OTHER REFERENCES 1. Critchley, W. Siegert, K.and Chapman, C.1991. A Manual for the Design and Construction of Water Harvesting Schemes for Plant Production. Food And Agrculture Organzaton Of The United Natons Rome. COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Definition, importance and basic principles of the water harvesting2 Relationship of soil, water and water harvesting 3 Relationship of rainfall and runoff 4 Determination of the rate of rainfall-runoff and land use 5 Classification of the water harvesting techniques6Midterm Examination 17 Rooftop and Courtyard Water harvesting 8 Micro-Catchment Water harvesting9 macro-Catchment Water harvesting10 Floodwater harvesting11Midterm Examination 212 Storing and conservation of water13 The plants that will be used in production14 Simple measurement techniques that will be used in water harvesting projects15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Yrd.Do.Dr. Erturul KARA Date: 14.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE Soil, Plant, Water RelationsLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 -0 -0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm25QuizHomework50ProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination25PREREQUISITE(S) noneSHORT COURSE CONTENT To gain knowledge of soil plant water relationship COURSE OBJECTIVES Learning the basic principles and concepts of soil-plant-water relationsCOURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To gain knowledge and experience, practices about soil-plant-water relations in terms of irrigationLEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1)learning soil-plant-water relations 2) Learning of the expression way of the soil moisture 3. Interperate the soils according to their infiltration rates 4.Evaluate the irrigation scheduling of the plants based on their soil plant and water relations. TEXTBOOK 1) Toprak-su ilikileri (1982) Nuri Munsuz, A.. Ziraat Fakltesi, Yayn No: 7982) Sulama (2012). Prof.Dr. Yetkin Gngr, Prof. Dr. Zeki Erzel, Prof. Dr. Osman Yldrm, A.. Ziraat Fakltesi, Yayn No: 1592. 3) Sulama Sistemlerinin Tasarm (2013). Prof.Dr. Osman Yldrm, A.. Ziraat Fakltesi, Yayn No: 1594OTHER REFERENCES 1) Crop Water Requirements (1977), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 24, Rome, Doorenbos, J. and Pruitt W.O. 2) Yield Response to Water (1979), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 33, Rome, Doorenbos, J. and Kassam, A.H.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 Volume and mass relationships of soil constituents2 Soil water characteristics3 Soil water energy4 Soil water potential 5 Explaining of the soil water6Midterm Examination 17 Measuring of the soil water8 Movement of the soil water9 Soil moisture balance10 Measuring infiltration rate of the water in the soil11Midterm Examination 212 Plant water consumption (Evapotranspiration)13 Crop coefficient14 Irrigation scheduling15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Yrd.Do.Dr.Erturul KARA Date: 14.04.2015 Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )DEPARTMENT SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)SEMESTERCOURSECODE TITLE SOIL PROPERTIES AFFECTING YIELDLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc3 0 0 3 7,5COMPULSORY ( )ELECTIVE ( X )TRCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NoneSHORT COURSE CONTENT In order to increase in soil fertility belonging to the applications of information to be gained.COURSE OBJECTIVES Sustainable soil fertility determinants of the teaching and practices to gain information.COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION To learn the methods of determining soil fertility, soil contributes to calculate the amount of fertilizer applied.LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE 1. To learn the basic methods used to determine the status of soil fertility. 2. Understand the principles of soil fertility and soil plant relations.3. The assignment of the soil physical properties.4. The development of the soil chemical and biological propertiesTEXTBOOK -Karaal, . 2008. Toprak Verimlilii. Nobel Yayn no: 1335.OTHER REFERENCES -Gzel, N., Glt, K.Y., Byk, G. 2008. Toprak Verimlilii ve Gbreler. .. Ziraat Fak. Yay.no: 246, Ders Kitaplar no: A-80. -Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Academic PressCOURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1 History of soil fertility, factors of affecting of soil fertility 2 Soil water3 Soil texture, soil air4 Soil temperature5 Soil reaction6Midterm Examination 17 Soil organic matter8 Soil biological properties 9 Soil-plant-water relationships10 Soil colloidal properties11Midterm Examination 212 Exchange of anion and cation in soil13 Soil salinity and alkalinity 14 Nutrient elements and methods of determination of soil fertility15,16Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity|_||_||_|LO 2Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.|_||_||_|LO 3Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.|_||_||_|LO 4Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 5Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering|_||_||_|LO 6Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition. |_||_||_|LO 7Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources|_||_||_|LO 8Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.|_||_||_|LO 9To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.|_||_||_|LO 10The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature|_||_||_|LO 11Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills |_||_||_|LO 12Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society|_||_||_|Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdilek GLMEZOLU Date: Signature: (T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM ) DEPARTMENT Joint Course for the InstituteSEMESTER Fall-SpringCOURSECODE TITLE The Scientific Research Methods and Its EthicsLEVELHOUR/WEEKCreditECTSTYPELANGUAGETheoryPracticeLaboratory MSc- Ph.D3 003+0 7,5COMPULSORY ( X )ELECTIVE ( )TurkishCREDIT DISTRIBUTIONBasic ScienceBasic EngineeringKnowledge in the discipline[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]1,51,5 ASSESSMENT CRITERIASEMESTER ACTIVITIESEvaluation TypeNumberContribution ( % )Midterm140QuizHomeworkProjectReportSeminarOther ()Final Examination60PREREQUISITE(S) NoneSHORT COURSE CONTENTScience, the scientific thought and other fundamental concepts, the scientific research process and its techniques, Methodology: Data Collecting-Analysis-Interpretation, Reporting the scientific research (Preparation of a thesis, oral presentation, article, project), Ethics, Ethics of scientific research and publication. COURSE OBJECTIVESThe main objectives are: To examine the foundations of scientific research and the scientific research methods, to teach the principles of both the methodology and the ethics, to realize the process on a scientific research and to evaluate the results of research, to teach reporting the results of research (on a thesis, presentation, article).COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONApplying the scientific research methods and the ethical rules in their professional life. LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSEGaining awareness on ethical principles at basic research methods, becoming skillful at analyzing and reporting the data obtained in scientific researches, being able to have researcher qualification with occupational sense of responsibility, having the scientific and vocational ethics understanding and being able to defend this understanding in every medium.TEXTBOOK (Turkish)Karasar, N. (2015). Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemi. Nobel Akademi Yaynclk, Ankara. OTHER REFERENCES1-Bykztrk, ., akmak, E. K., Akgn, . E., Karadeniz, ., Demirel, F. (2012). Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemleri. Pegem Akademi Yaynevi, Ankara. 2-Tanren, A. (Editr). (2014). Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemleri. An Yaynclk, Ankara.3-Trkiye Bilimler Akademisi Bilim Etii Komitesi. Bilimsel Aratrmada Etik ve Sorunlar, Ankara: TBA Yaynlar, (2002).4-Ekiz, D. (2009). Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemleri: Yaklam, Yntem ve Teknikler. An Yaynclk, Ankara.5-Day, Robert A. (eviri: G. Akay Altay). (1996). Bilimsel Makale Nasl Yazlr ve Nasl Yaymlanr?, TBTAK Yaynlar, Ankara.6-zdamar, K. (2003). Modern Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemleri. Kaan Kitabevi, Eskiehir.7-Cebeci, S. (1997). Bilimsel Aratrma ve Yazma Teknikleri. Alfa Basm Yaym Datm, stanbul.8-Wilson, E. B. (1990). An Introduction to Scientific Research. Dover Pub. Inc., New York.9-mleki, N. (2001). Bilimsel Aratrma Yntemi ve statistiksel Anlamllk Snamalar. Bilim Teknik Kitabevi, Eskiehir.COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)WEEKTOPICS1Science, scientific thought and other basic concepts (University, history of university, higher education, science, scientific thought and other related concepts)2Science, scientific thought and other basic concepts (University, history of university, higher education, science, scientific thought and other related concepts) 3The scientific research and its types (Importance of the scientific research, types of science, scientific approach)4The scientific research process and its techniques (Access to the scientific knowledge, literature search, determining the research issue, definition of the problem, planning) 5The scientific research process and its techniques (Access to the scientific knowledge, literature search, determining the research issue, definition of the problem, planning) 6The scientific research process and its techniques (Access to the scientific knowledge, literature search, determining the research issue, definition of the problem, planning) 7The method and the approach: Collecting, analysis and interpretation of the data (Data, data types, measurement and measurement tools, collecting data, organizing data, summarizing data, analysis and the interpretation of data)8The method and the approach: Collecting, analysis and interpretation of the data (Data, data types, measurement and measurement tools, collecting data, organizing data, summarizing data, analysis and the interpretation of data)9Finalizing the scientific research (Reporting, preparing the thesis, oral presentation, preparing an article and a project)10Finalizing the scientific research (Reporting, preparing the thesis, oral presentation, preparing an article and a project)11Finalizing the scientific research (Reporting, preparing the thesis, oral presentation, preparing an article and a project)12Ethics, scientific research and publication ethics (Ethics, rules of ethics, occupational ethics, non-ethical behaviors)13Ethics, scientific research and publication ethics (Ethics, rules of ethics, occupational ethics, non-ethical behaviors)14Ethics, scientific research and publication ethics (Ethics, rules of ethics, occupational ethics, non-ethical behaviors)15,16Mid-term exam, Final ExaminationCONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE INSTITUTES GRADUATE PROGRAMMES LEARNING OUTCOMESCONTRIBUTION LEVELNOLEARNING OUTCOMES (M.Sc.-Ph.D.) 3High2Mid1LowLO 1Having the scientific and vocational ethics understanding and being able to defend this understanding in every medium.|X||_||_|LO 2Being able to have researcher qualification with occupational sense of responsibility. |X||_||_|LO 3Becoming skillful at analyzing and reporting the data obtained in scientific researches.|X||_||_|LO 4Gaining awareness on ethical principles at basic research methods.|X||_||_|Prepared by : Prof.Dr.Hrriyet Erahan, Prof.Dr. Ece Turhan, Prof.Dr. Abdullah Aln, Do.Dr. zlem Alpu, Do.Dr. Fatih emrekDate: 14.06.2016Signature: ESOG FBE 2015

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